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burfoot if it is proven in court to be true. most damning is his association with tivest development and construction. federal prosecutors allege burfoot used his position as councilman , vice mayor, and chief deputy treasurer to enrich himself. they say he did this by soliciting and obtaining payments, gifts, and other things of value in exchange for official actions to benefit the individuals and their interests. prosecutors call it a scheme. burfoot became a silent partner in tivest and promised other partners he would use his position to help cirect city projects to tivest. at some point burfoot gets nervous about his interest in tivest and demands money to cash out. he wanted $250,000 but the partners said the company hadn't made any money. but they paid thousands to burfoot to continue getting the city projects. proseuctor say he directed about $100,000
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money eventhough tivest wasn't licensed to do the work. indictment burfoot manipulated a filing deadline in favor of tivest for work in the broad creek villas development where he now owns a home. the feds also bring up the controversial midtown office tower development project where burfoot got $50,000 in cash and other gifts to show favor to tivest with that development and then voted to approve the project for tivest. he also tried to conceal the scene. at another hearing for another project burfoot was asked udner oath: mr. burfoot have you ever solicited anything fo value in exchange for an official act. burfoot answered, "i did not. i have not. mr. burfoot have you ever accepted anything of value in exchange for an official act. he answered i have not. today i went to the treasurers office,
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would be arriagned today. this is a story we have been following since april when he got federal subpoenas. since april when he got federal subpoenas. thank you andy - 10 on your side's jason marks - also following this story in norfolk. he joins us now live with
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protogyrou. jason? norfolk city treasurer anthony burfoot was just indicted on federal charges by the fbi. the indictment was unsealed friday morning and lists the following counts: conspiracy to commit honest services wire fraud, honest services wire fraud, official right, perjury criminal forfeiture. document: burfoot indicted burfoot served on the norfolk city council from july 2002 through december 2014. he was the city's vice mayor from 2007 through 2013. he also served as the chief deputy treasurer beginning in 2008. the indictment states that from about 2005 through feb. 2011, "burfoot and his conspirators engaged in a scheme to use his official positions as norfolk city councilman, vice mayor, and chief deputy treasurer to enrich himself by soliciting and obtaining payments, gifts and other things of value from individuals with interests before the city of norfolk. in exchange, burfoot performed and agreed to perform official actions, including certain
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and other official actions on an as-needed basis, as opportunities arose, to benefit the individuals and their interest. the defendant and his conspirators took steps to conceal the scheme." 10 on your side reported last april that the city and burfoot were issued subpoenas from the fbi demanding documents about deals done with tivest development and construction, along with minutes from eight city
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we'll have complete coverage of today's indictments on air and online. look for the latest from jason and andy throughout the newscast and coming up on wavy news 10 at four. we've also posted the full indictment on wavy dot com - along with out previous coverage of this story. we're following more breaking news out of virginia beach. within the last 20 minutes we've learned
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at southern bank on kempsville road at southern turnpike. a man in a baseball cap and a denim jacked walked in with a note -- handed the teller a note and ran away toward indian river road. we have calls in to find out exactly what's going on. check for the latest information online at wavy dot com. now to a 10 time saver traffic alert. route 17 at carrolton boulevard south of the james river bridge is back open at this hour after six vehicle accident. jen lewis brought you this story as breaking news earlier today -- she's with the latest. around 7:30 this morning, in isle of wight county, a crash in involving 6 vehicles sounthbound near smiths neck rd for about three hours. a tractor trailer swerved to avoid a pick
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sudden lane change. the semi onto it's side. the driver of the non life threatening injuries. all lanes on us-17 are now open. new information in a hotel shooting in chesapeake. this man is behind bars. 28-year-old jamaar bryant faces malicious wounding, robbery and gun charges. police say bryant shot the victim yesterday morning during an attempted robbery inside a room at
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hotel in greenbrier. new at midday -- a man accused of sexual assault is facing multiple charges. 40-year-old jason ellis with sexually assaulting a child under the age of 15. the charges are from incidents that took place between 2014 through 2015. the fate of former governor bob mcdonnell will be in the hands of the u-s supreme court today. for the frst time since a jury convicted mcdonnell on eleven federal corruption counts, the high court may consider hearing his corruption appeal. in september 20-14, a federal jury convicted mcdonnell on the corruption charges. last year a federal judge sentenced mcdonnell to two years in prison. a jury found him and his wife, maureen, guilty of trading political favors for gifts and loans from a wealthy businessman. his legal team immediately appealed
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pleaded his case all the way up to the u-s supreme court. if the justices agree to put his corruption case on the docket, oral arguments could be held before june. if the court denies mcdonnell's petition, he would forced to go to prison to serve out his sentence. it's been a cloudy start to the area this midday -- here's a live look at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center.. rest of today: lots of clouds. isolated showers. especially later this afternoon/evening. highs will be in the mid-upper 50s. winds ne 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. spotty showers. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds ne 5-10mph. saturday: partly to mostly cloudy. a few late showers. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds east 5-10mph. we'll see lots of clouds again today and tomorrow.
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showers today. especially towards the early evening. temps will be mild this afternoon. today the winds are still out of the northeast. however, tomorrow they will be more out of the east. so we will warm up a little more (upper 50s to low 60s). plus we may see a bit more sunshine tomorrow. more widespread rain will move in saturday evening into saturday night. it will continue into sunday morning, but will move out by midday. we will be warm early sunday, but temps will probably drop through the day as a strong cold front swings through the region. we will be dry sunday afternoon into early next week. high temps will drop to the upper 40s for monday and tuesday. we could see a little moisture with the cold still ahead - a massive fire . we'll show you dramatic video from a kansas city apartment fire. find out why firefighters had to evacuate. plus - lunch shaming - what one lunch lady is doing to children without
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sot the lunch lady said you owe $25.60. you have to have this alternative
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new information this midday about a virginia beach citgo robbery. new information this midday about a virginia beach citgo robbery. this man - 53-year-old carlton isaac dunston of norfolk is in the virginia beach correctional center without bond. the citgo convience store was targeted by an armed robber twice in one week. this time - an employee was injured. an attempted armed robbery happened at the citgo on diamond springs road. this was thursday just before 12:30 in the afternoon. police say dunston had a knife and attempted to rob the convenience store - and ended up cutting the employee on the arm. the incident took place
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another suspect with a knife got away with almost 250-dollars in cash. customers are now worried for the employees and their own safety. sot ---- melissa reid - customer c5 4:26 - when you just run into the think my life could be in jeopardy. it's not something that crosses your mind. 4:36 police said they are investigating how and if the robbery cases are related. a virginia beach house fire kills a cat and only chopper 10 could show you the scene from above an accident earlier this week - where a tractor trailer went over the side of the cbbt. investigators say they'll
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saturday. we've been told the driver, 33-year-old matthew killmon, drove through the barricade and into the chesapeake bay. he only had minor injuries when crews pulled him from the water. he somehow managed to get out of the cab and swim to the surface. the salvage company will try to recover the truck if the weather permits. the u-s-n-s kanawha is starting a 6 month deployment today. the kanawha is one of the navy's replenishment oilers. it provides fuel for locally-based military ships and jets at sea. the kanawha was supposed to leave naval station norfolk on wednesday, but the navy changed the departure date to today because of weather. it's crewed by civil service mariners. kansas city fire fighters were on the scene of a massive apartment fire early this morning. firefighters had to evacuate the building because it got too dangerous. at least two people had to be treated by paramedics.
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working to find out how the fire started. new information this midday about the man shot to death by french police paris' prosecutors are unsure today about the investigators are still trying to figure out if the guy showed a significant threat, without support. the guy tried to go into a police station with a meat cleaver. an official account said he shouted god is great in arabic, and was equipped with what turned out to be a fake suicide belt. the prosecutor says the man was asked multiple times by officers to stop, as he ran toward the police station in the north of paris. ( weather anim - with track) rest of today: lots of clouds. isolated showers. especially later this afternoon/evening. highs will be in the mid-upper 50s. winds ne 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy.
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be in the mid 40s. winds ne 5-10mph. saturday: partly to mostly cloudy. a few late showers. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds east 5-10mph. we'll see lots of clouds again today and tomorrow. there may be a few spotty showers today. especially towards the early evening. temps will be mild this afternoon. today the winds are still out of the northeast. however, tomorrow they will be more out of the east. so we will warm up a little more (upper 50s to low 60s). plus we may see a bit more sunshine tomorrow. more widespread rain will move in saturday evening into saturday night. it will continue into sunday morning, but will move out by midday. we will be warm early sunday, but temps will probably drop through the day as a strong cold front swings through the region. we will be dry sunday afternoon into early next week. high temps will drop to the upper 40s for monday and tuesday. we could see a little moisture with the cold air on wednesday. may see
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still too early to tell. stay tuned
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up next on midday - cop shot - a police officer is recovering after an ambush style attack. now the philadelphia mayor says something needs to be done. kenney/philadelphia,
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too many guns- too many guns on our streets. why the city's top cop says his officer is lucky to be alive. plus - falling out - a major company is recalling a popular piece of furniture... find out if you have it and what you need to do to replace it. and before we go to break, check out this cool video from chopper 10. its not often you see the staten island ferry in norfolk. the colonna shipyard is working on one of the famous orange ferries. you can see it across the elizabeth river when you drive on interstate 2-64 by fact. advil pain relievers are used by more households than any other leading brand. to treat their aches and pains more people reach for advil. relief doesn't get any better than this. advil.
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we're on your side this midday with news of a big furniture recall you need to know about. office depot is recalling about 300- thousand of these crawley brand executive style chairs because people are falling out of them. there have been at least 8 reports of the seat plate cracking or breaking. so far, no one has been seriously hurt. if you have one of these chairs or use one at work, you should contact office depot for a replacement seat kit. happening today -- the big hampton roads international auto show. hundreds of new cars, trucks, vans and suvs are on display this weekend at the virginia beach convention center. this is video of last year. dozens of local dealers will show
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a no-sales environment. you can even take one for a test drive. while you're at the show, stop by and say hi to your favorite 10 on your side personalities. i will be there saturday morning starting at 10 a-m signing autographs. you can even enter to win tickets to see late-night with seth meyers. coming up on midday-- a loud response -- we'll show you and let you listen to the ways south korea responds
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of testing a hydrogen we continue to follow breaking news out of norfolk where city treasurer anthony burfoot has been indicted on eight federal charges - including perjury and wire fraud. 10 on your side's andy fox following this investigation for a while now. andy is in the newsroom with a copy of the indictment. andy? the eight counts build a strong case against burfoot if it is proven in court to be true. most damning is his association with tivest development and
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federal prosecutors allege burfoot used his position as councilman , vice mayor, and chief deputy treasurer to enrich himself. they say he did this by soliciting and obtaining payments, gifts, and other things of value in exchange for official actions to benefit the individuals and their interests. prosecutors call it a scheme. burfoot became a silent partner in tivest and promised other partners he would use his position to help cirect city projects to tivest. at some point burfoot gets nervous about his interest in tivest and demands money to cash out. he wanted $250,000 but the partners said the company hadn't made any money. but they paid thousands to burfoot to continue getting the city projects. proseuctor say he directed about $100,000 to tivst in federal grant money eventhough tivest wasn't
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according to the indictment burfoot manipulated a filing deadline in favor of tivest for work in the broad creek villas development where he now owns a home. the feds also bring up the controversial midtown office tower development project where burfoot got $50,000 in cash and other gifts to show favor to tivest with that development and then voted to approve the project for tivest. he also tried to conceal the scene. at another hearing for another project burfoot was asked udner oath: mr. burfoot have you ever solicited anything fo value in exchange for an official act. burfoot answered, "i did not. i have not. mr. burfoot have you ever accepted anything of value in exchange for an official act. he answered i have not. today i went to the treasurers office, and was told burfoot
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this is a story we have been following since april when he got federal
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moments ago 10 on your side's jason marks spoke to other norfolk city officials about today's indictments. interview 1-08 12;03;25;22 "the indictment doesn't surprise me.........the deal stunk and it wasn't a deal we couldn't accept on behalf of the city and this what it all seems to stem back to.....i am surprised....that deal just didn't make sence.... if this was a result of it, we were right on in our
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we'll have complete coverage of today's indictments on air and online. look for the latest from jason and andy throughout the newscast and coming up on wavy news 10 at four. we've also posted the full indictment on wavy dot com - along with out previous coverage of this story. we're following more breaking news out of virginia beach. within the last 20 minutes we've learned there is a bank robbery at southern bank on kempsville road at centerville turnpike. we just got this picture of the suspect in. a man in a baseball cap and a denim jacked walked in with a note -- handed the teller a note and ran away toward indian river road. shifting gears to weather
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at tower cam 10 at the skies over downtown norfolk. it's been somewhat of a cloudy start to the day. let's get the latest from meteorologist jeremy wheeler in the super doppler 10 weather center... rest of today: lots of clouds. isolated showers. especially later this afternoon/evening. highs will be in the mid-upper 50s. winds ne 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. spotty showers. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds ne 5-10mph. saturday: partly to mostly cloudy. a few late showers. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds east 5-10mph. we'll see lots of clouds again today and tomorrow. there may be a few spotty especially towards the early evening. temps will be mild this
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winds are still out of the northeast. however, tomorrow they will be more out of the east. so we will warm up a little more (upper 50s to low 60s). plus we may see a bit more sunshine tomorrow. more widespread rain will move in saturday evening into saturday night. it will continue into sunday morning, but will move week. high temps will now to a 10 time saver james river bridge is back open at this hour after 6 vehicle accident. we first brought you this our newsroom of one of the tractor trailers in the accident. we've learned a man driving a toyota tacoma tried to make a sudden lane change to
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his lane. when he did that, the semi driver swerved to miss the truck, lost control and flipped the 18-wheeler. the driver of the toyota is charged with reckless driving. the fate of former governor bob mcdonnell will be in the hands of the u-s supreme court today. for the frst time since a jury convicted mcdonnell on eleven federal corruption counts, the high court may consider hearing his corruption appeal. in september 20-14, a federal jury convicted mcdonnell on the corruption charges. last year a federal judge sentenced mcdonnell to two years in prison. a jury found him and his wife, maureen, guilty of trading political favors for gifts and loans from a wealthy businessman. his legal team immediately appealed the conviction and pleaded his case all the way up to the u-s supreme court. if the justices agree to put his corruption case on the docket, oral arguments could be held before
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denies mcdonnell's petition, he would forced to go to prison to serve out his sentence. new information this midday about a virginia beach citgo robbery. this man - 53-year-old carlton isaac dunston of norfolk is in the virginia beach correctional center without bond. the citgo convience store was targeted by an armed robber twice in one week. this time - an employee was injured. the most recent attempted armed robbery happened at the citgo on diamond springs road thursday afternoon. police say dunston had a knife and attempted to rob the convenience store - and ended up cutting the employee on the arm. the incident took place less than one week after another suspect with a knife got away with almost 250-dollars in cash. a sandwich is touching off quite a debate online. it has to do with a school lunch that was taken away ..and replaced with a simple cheese sandwich ..because a student owed too much money on her
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is here with more on that. shamed by a sandwich? this seemingly innocuous photo of a couple of slices of cheese and bread have one community questioning its school's lunch etiquette. sot mom (from affiliate package) it was a slap in the face to the kids the offending sandwich was snapped by senior sierra feitl.. after it was handed to a fellow student who owed too much money on her meal credit account. sot the lunch lady said you owe $25.60. you have to have this alternative lunch. it's a new policy in this indiana school district where students can buy a lunch on credit... the school started handing out alternative lunches to students who owe more than twenty five dollars. the school says it notified families of the change last year ..but they're only now enforcing it. none of the students who received an alternate lunch would speak on camera. but sierra posted a photo of the sandwich on social media ..calling it "absolutely mortifying." sot - sierra - i was sitting there thinking
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am i going to be able to get this tray? is everyone going to see and wonder why i can't get a normal tray too?. that post has been shared nearly 800 times ..and has drawn hundreds of comments. one parent writing "i cannot see the point of embarrassing a child.." another commentator saying "i find it ridiculous that everyone is blaming the school for this instead of the parents." the school district has apologized for offending anyone with how the policy was enforced. but, in a statement, it defends the need for the policy itself. it says 499 students are behind on their lunch money.... and 90-percent of them are not from low-income families who qualify for free of reduced price lunches. sot - "some of these people on the list, i'm sorry, are making $100,000 a year. family of four. and have a debt over $100. i'm sorry, those people need to pay their bills." the school says the credit on lunches put it $50,000 in debt ..
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losing federal funding. sot - david barnes "we simply can't carry the debt" any way you slice it ..the policy has families questioning the school's table manners. sot - artie/grandfather "two pieces of cheese. two pieces of bread, my friend, is not feeding a child." sot - mom from affil pkg "it doesn't matter how much a parent makes or what's on their lunch account. don't ever feed y kid just bread and cheese.. this weekend's drawing for the powerball will be the largest lottery jackpot in u-s history - if you win you could have as much money as these famous names. the jackpot up for grabs is estimated to be 800-million dollars when it's drawn on saturday. still ahead on midday - ambush styled attack - an officer is shot multiple times by a person... why his bosses say he's lucky to be alive.
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dramatic video that sends one person to the
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just days after north korea allegedly conducted a nuclear test ... people there are voicing their support. the government in pyongyang staging a giant rally today ... bringing out thousands of people to the capital's central square. north korean organizers
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part in celebrating the country's explosion of a hydrogen bomb. the country's state media has not mentioned anything about the condemnation coming from other countries. as north korean's celebrate -- south korean's are retaliating. the south is using broadcasts of anti- pyongyang propaganda across the tense border. the broadcasts were expected to draw a some type of negative response from north korea, which considers the broadcasts an act of psychological warfare. the last time south korea used the broadcasts - there was a threat of war between the north and south. a potential terror threat is now in police custody ... government officials identify the suspect as omar faraj saeed al hardan. he came to the u-s as a refugee in 20-09. the 24-year-old was taken into custody in houston last night by f-b-i and homeland investigation agents.
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indictment against him has been released -- which indicates he began providing material support and resources to isis in may of 20-14. (take sots)jim conway / former fbi agent conway says: "yes that is a real threat in the united contain folks that could represent a threat to our national security or to the national security of european nations." another terrorism-related arrest was made in sacramento, california yesterday. but, it's unclear whether the two are related. meanwhile, al hardan is scheduled to appear in court today ... the texas state trooper indicted on perjury charges stemming from his arrest of sandra bland has been released from jail on bond. brian encinia turned himself in to texas rangers yesterday. a grand jury indicted encinia on wednesday charging him with perjury. they say he lied about what led to his confrontation with sandra bland following a traffic stop last year. developing news out of philadelphia - where an
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alive. he was shot multiple times in a shootout with a suspect just before midnight yesterday. 33-year-old officer jesse hartnett was driving through a west philadelphia intersection when the suspect started shooting. hartnett was shot 3 times in his left arm and suffered a broken arm and nerve damage, but he's expected to survive. the suspect fired at least 13 times, emptying the 9 millimeter handgun he was shooting. officer hartnett shot back, hitting the suspect who then ran away. the suspect, a 30 year old man, was shot at least 3 times and was apprehended a short distance away. (s/commissioner richard ross/philadelphia police1:15-1:25) "this is absolutely one of the scariest things i've ever seen. i mean this guy tried to execute the police officer. the police officer had no idea he was coming. uh... it's amazing he's alive." the suspect's name has not been released. hartnett was taken into surgery early friday and is expected to make a full recovery.
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high school continue to remember a classmate who died earlier in the week. the students released balloons in honor of rosio delao who during a soccer match wednesday. during the match the 16 year old asked to be taken off the field because she was having an asthma attack. shortly after the sophomore came off the field, she passed out. an ambulance arrived and rushed her to the hospital where she died a few hours later. fire officials in washington state say an employee in a bikini coffee stand was into flames. calls started coming into 9-1-1 just before about a possible explosion. a young barista was inside the stand at the time and suffered burns to her while escaping the flames. investigators don't know what caused the fire but are looking into the possibility that propane tanks used to heat the stand
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(weather anim - with track) rest of today: lots of clouds. isolated showers. especially later this afternoon/evening. highs will be in the mid-upper 50s. winds ne 5-10mph. tonight: mostly cloudy. spotty showers. lows will be in the mid 40s. winds ne 5-10mph. saturday: partly to mostly cloudy. a few late showers. highs will be in the upper 50s to near 60. winds east 5-10mph. we'll see lots of clouds again today and tomorrow. there may be a few spotty showers today. especially towards the early evening. temps will be mild this afternoon. today the winds are still out of the northeast. however, tomorrow they will be more out of the east. so we will warm up a little more (upper 50s to low 60s). plus we may see a bit more sunshine tomorrow. more widespread rain will move in saturday evening into saturday night. it will continue into sunday
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out by midday. we will be warm early sunday, but temps will probably drop through the day as a strong cold front swings through the region. we will be dry sunday afternoon into early next week. high temps will drop to the upper 40s for monday and tuesday. we could see a little moisture with the cold air on wednesday. may see a few flurries, but it's still too early to tell. stay tuned
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up next on midday - stinky selection -- we'll show you the way presidential caring for someone with alzheimer's means i am a lot of things. i am his sunshine.
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so i asked about adding once-daily namenda xr to his current treatment for moderate to severe alzheimer's. it works differently. when added to another alzheimer's treatment, it may improve overall function and cognition. and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. vo: namenda xr doesn't change how the disease progresses. it shouldn't be taken by anyone allergic to memantine, or who's had a bad reaction to namenda xr or its ingredients. before starting treatment, tell their doctor if they have, or ever had, a seizure disorder, difficulty passing urine, liver, kidney or bladder problems, and about medications they're taking. certain medications, changes in diet, or medical conditions may affect the amount of namenda xr in the body and may increase side effects. the most common side effects are headache, diarrhea, and dizziness. he's always been my everything. now i am giving back. ask their doctor about once-daily namenda xr
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employers finished the year strong by adding 292-thousand jobs in december. the numbers - released today - indicate the u.s. economy is growing at a solid pace, with the unemployment rate remaining at five percent for the third straight month. according to the labor department, more americans are looking for work and most have found jobs. now to a high-tech dress on display at this year's consumer electronics show. check it out - this dress is taking the term
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level. it actually expands and contracts when it senses stress. a tech company collaborated with a fashion company to make the dress. when it senses adrenaline, it expands in the shoulder and skirt area. that was just one of several items unveiled this week at the consumer electronics show. here are some smart shoes to keep kids busy. they light up creating a memory matching game. here's some innovation for your nails. you pick a pattern and the device will print it right on them. and can't afford a gopro camera or don't want to hold it? no problem. now there's "clip-a-phone". you can attach you smartphone right to a hat and record video and snap photos handsfree. finally here today at midday -- the iowa caucus is less than a month away... but there is a
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candidate there. at the wells fargo arena in des moines bulls from "the world's toughest rodeo" made their predictions... in a not-so-sanitary way. they were guided by the call of nature... to pictures of the candidates... and asked to choose. the bulls were too "shy" to pick a democrat... but on the republican side donald trump was the "lucky" winner. there is no democratic winner because the bull that was to pick a democrat was unable to
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